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told miller he bought this carved rooster in burma and brought it to the u.s. at least ten years prior to the ban it's legal for miller to sell it at auction in the united states. but i think the auction house should determine whether they should sell it or not. i have so much trouble with that, but i'll shut up and go with it. but i think it could be quite a valuable piece. could be. it is a nice piece. i mean, it's really nicely done, and miller, you really bought a nice piece. thumbs up. she gets a thumbs up. thumbs up. let's see what happens. walberg: you've seen the loheide clock. now let's hear more about it. what i've brought to you today is a 1908 wizard clock. this clock was really quite special, because it was a trade stimulator. these were used in bars, cafes but primarily in cigar stores. so if you were going to buy a cigar you would come in, you'd put in a nickel, and it would always guarantee you one token. so you would either get guaranteed one cigar but you could win an extra cigar or an extra two cigars. it gonged every time you put a coin
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